Experience a true sense of community at Legacy Ridge at Woodstock. To give residents the most unique and genuine feeling of home, we partner with local youth groups, libraries, animal shelters, volunteers, and the Alzheimer’s Society. Our team of devoted and compassionate caregivers work day in and day out to make our secured community truly feel like home.
Tucked away just 30 miles north of Atlanta are the serene landscapes of Woodstock. Charming and historic, our town offers scenic outdoor recreation and dynamic shopping and dining centers. When we take outings with our residents, we find something for everyone to enjoy!
We handle the chores so residents are free to wander the landscaped grounds of our wonderful community. Our care team tends to general housekeeping and laundry services, as well as assistance with personal hygiene maintenance like bathing, dressing, and grooming. As a memory care community, we also offer specialized care for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. On campus, we have several healthcare professionals prepared to walk a resident through any crisis and emergency.
Our professional chef and his devout team are consistently dishing out diverse, nutritious meals three times a day. With restaurant-style dining...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Our tour with Legacy Ridge was wonderful, the staff were all very accommodating and the facility itself was beautiful.
we toured this community and It was very frustrating. The staff was late for our tour and that pretty much did it for me.
My loved one stayed at Legacy Ridge at Woodstock for several months. While I think it’s a great assisted living facility, I don’t think it’s the best place for a memory care patient.
We really liked how the Legacy Ridge has more of a family atmosphere to it, it is also not super large which we like. The bigger communities can be intimidating. The activities director is awesome, she is so sweet and always goes and visits our loved one. She just goes above and beyond.
One of the nurses there is wonderful. I love her. She knows everybody, and remembers everybody. She just has a great personality, and she's one of those people where there's no gray. There's either black or white, and I like that. I think it's a very nice facility, and I love my loved ones room. The food is good, and they offer lots of activities.
The staff is very nice and caring. My sister is very happy. She has many friends there. Things worked with our budget as well.
My mother lives here and I couldn't ask for a better place. She is getting the care she needs.
When I toured the community I was greeted with friendly and helpful staff. Everybody there made me feel so comfortable just like I was part of their family. The Chef made us lunch and it was delicious just like a 3 course meal at a restaurant. I really enjoyed seeing how many of the residents participated in the activities on the day I visited. The best part is they are pet friendly environment. Now our family dog Bo can come and visit dad when he moves in. Thank you Legacy Ridge at Woodstock!
The place is nice and clean. Older facility, but well maintained. [name removed] was very helpful. The pricing was in my range even with the service charge for care. Interested in this option, but waiting on more information from the doctors on what will be needed and how soon.
We chose Legacy Ridge at Woodstock because they made time to get him in, other places did not seem to care and it was more about the business. This felt more like home. The room sizes here are average compared to others we looked into. It really did feel like home here and we made a good choice. I would recommend to others.
They are going through some management changes at the moment from what I understand. When we moved in here it was Brookdale, my mom was moving from FL Brookdale, so it was a very easy transition. Legacy Ridge has since then taken over. My mom moved into memory care a few weeks ago from assisted living and I do not have a lot of experience with it yet, but they did make the move very easy for her. The head nurse here she has been awesome. Very responsive and helpful to me in a lot of different cases. During COVID, they have done everything they can to prevent it from coming into the building. They have done a very good job.
This is a wonderful place to live. The staff is most helpful and really nice. They are protecting us from the virus and no one has caught it. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs help and is a senior.
I like the meals and everything about this place and can come and go as I please. My family visits and that is great. Everyone I have met here is friendly and nice. Also staff is on a name basis. I live it here.
This place is awesome. I have been here for 3 years and I love it. The people here who care for us are the best in their field. They are the cream of the crop! I agree it was hard to sell my home and move here but I would do it again in a heartbeat. Anyone looking for a place to go, look no further than here. I thank God every day for these people.
I have been a resident here for over a year and I absolutely have nothing negative to say about the community or the staff. The rooms are very well kept and the common areas are fantastic. Under normal circumstances, there is always something to keep us busy. This COVID period, the staff still has done the best they can.
Dropped in to see this facility with no appointment. [Name removed] was very sweet and caring she gave the tour. didn't see many staff around then when I saw two employees on the floor they were both on their phones not speaking English.place seemed clean. the elevator was very loud and sounded like it needed to be serviced. pricing is way to high. they want to charge for everything. a resident was talking to staff about his medication and you could tell resident couldn't understand the employee because of her deep accent. didn't care for how employee reacted she was rude. not a match for my family member.
This was nice, The things that concerned me were Imwas able to walk in and look around before I found the right person. Love the pet friendly atmosphere and enjoyed meeting a few of the residents.
Clean. Residents mobile and engaged. Staff friendly. Pricing in the right ballpark
My mom moved here when she only needed assisted living and she did well because she needed minimal support from the staff. I visited my mom 4-7 days a week while she lived here and I called bingo 3/4 Saturdays a month. Most of the ALF residents and staff knew me, I visited my mother often. I feel comfortable giving an honest review of Brookdale Woodstock. The Executive Director [removed] was not helpful or supportive at all. Some staff ([removed]) were helpful, kind and went the extra mile, while most were just there for a paycheck. When my mom's needs changed and she needed memory care, I knew I needed to move her somewhere else. Their memory care staff basically stared at the residents and did the absolute minimum. The days that my mom spent in memory care at Brookdale Woodstock set her back cognitively. The food was not good at best. My mom frequently complained about it and I would not have eaten it if given the choice. My mother has lived at three other similar communities and Brookdale is the second to worst. I would not recommend this place for assisted living and would strongly advise against it for memory care. If I could talk to myself one year ago right before I moved my mother into Brookdale Woodstock, I would have stopped myself from moving her there.
My mom moved here when she only needed assisted living and she did well because she needed minimal support from the staff. I visited my mom 4-7 days a week while she lived here and I called bingo 3/4 Saturdays a month. Most of the ALF residents and staff knew me, I visited my mother often. I feel comfortable giving an honest review of Brookdale Woodstock. The Executive Director [name removed] was not helpful or supportive at all. Some staff ([names removed]) were helpful, kind and went the extra mile, while most were just there for a paycheck. When my mom's needs changed and she needed memory care, I knew I needed to move her somewhere else. Their memory care staff basically stared at the residents and did the absolute minimum. The days that my mom spent in memory care at Brookdale Woodstock set her back cognitively. The food was not good at best. My mom frequently complained about it and I would not have eaten it if given the choice. My mother has lived at three other similar communities and Brookdale is the second to worst. I would not recommend this place for assisted living and would strongly advise against it for memory care. If I could talk to myself one year ago right before I moved my mother into Brookdale Woodstock, I would have stopped myself from moving her there.
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